[rc5] rc5 docs.
rxa21 at po.cwru.edu
Wed Nov 5 09:23:42 EST 1997
Does this slow the client down, or is there some reason it is disabled
by default? Up until now on my Win95 I had been losing quite a few
blocks to crashing because I didn't have the checkpoint files setup. I
know some blocks have been resumed if the client properly shuts down
though this doesn't always happen for some reason. At one point when I
had 90% of the block finished I quit and restarted only to "lose" the
Ted Rathkopf wrote:
> Antek.Baranski at cern.ch said:
> > It saves the current status of the process every 5 min. if I remember
> > correctly. Soif the process gets killed it does not loose any time by
> > redoing 99% of a block.
> I'm not sure, but I think you are only half right. It saves the
> current status so if the process dies a nasty death and doesn't have a
> chance to flush the block back onto the input buffer, the block isn't
> TOTALLY lost. When it comes back up, it fetches the partially done
> block from the checkpoint file.
> But I could be wrong.
> Ted Rathkopf
> trathkopf at bigfoot.com
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